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  • Photographer Daniel Zvereff: Reconnecting with Ancestral Roots

    Published on August 04, 2015

    by Frank Walker

    A first generation American of Russian heritage, Daniel Zvereff grew up in Portland, Oregon. Toward the end of his schooling, he decided to retrace his family’s epic post-WWII journey across Russia, through Mongolia, and into China, reconnecting with his ancestors’ language and culture. Those he met along the way became the de facto co-authors of his journals, and have become an inseparable part of his engaging and accessible documentary style of photography. Zvereff currently resides in Brooklyn, NY where he works as a freelance photographer and illustrator.

     

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3 Tips for Shooting Natural Light: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Published on August 04, 2015

Shooting in natural light can be frustrating, but Mark Wallace gives three tips that can help any photographer solve tricky issues. Don't fight the light, do your homework, and be patient!

 

 

 

Nikon Unveils 3 High-End Lenses

Published on August 04, 2015

by Mason Resnick

Nikon today updated its standard pro zoom lens, the AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 E lens, as well as the long-range zoom 200-500mm f/5.6E and wide prime, the Nikkor 24mm f/1.8G.

OnSet Thursdays: Demonstrating The GY-LS300

Published on August 03, 2015

by Eric Cohen

On Thursday, July 30 Adorama played host to the latest OnSet event featuring our very own Daniel Norton. This week the focus was on video, as opposed to still photography.

Exploring the Creative Process: Great Moments Make Great Pictures - Getting the Shot with Corey Rich

Exploring the Creative Process: Great Moments Make Great Pictures - Getting the Shot with Corey Rich

Published on August 03, 2015

Woody Allen once said that 80 percent of life is showing up. Well, the same can probably be said of photography, and 80 percent of what makes a great picture is capturing a great moment. In this episode of Exploring the Creative Process, photographer and director Corey Rich affirms one of the most important laws in photography: moments are fleeting, but essential, and you not only have to be open to seeing great moments, but be able to quickly capture them, nailing a perfect exposure and a great composition.

Tips for Model Posing - OnSet ep. 45

Tips for Model Posing - OnSet ep. 45

Published on August 03, 2015

Daniel Norton shows you how work with a subject, taking advantage not just of the the natural light but of the structures in your environment.

 

 

 

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by Gene Szucs

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GoPro Multicam: Capture the Action with Martin Dorey

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Published on July 31, 2015

Multiple angles in a video can add variety and create more interest. Martin Dorey uses the GoPro Wi-Fi remote on a Wipeout-style course to control three cameras and get three different points-of-view of the same scene. 

 

 

 

Canon Announces 4 Million ISO "Multi-Purpose" Camera

Published on July 30, 2015

by Eric Cohen

This morning, Canon U.S.A. Inc. announced the arrival of the ME20F-SH, its first “multi-purpose” camera in the sense that it can be used for feature film production, reality television and night time surveillance. This is due to its extreme low light capability – it has an ISO sensitivity of over 4,000,000.

The Essential (and Printable!) Location Scout Checklist

Published on July 30, 2015

by Mitch Goldman

What does it mean to prepare for a location photo or video shoot?  One of the primary tasks is to scout your site.  Included in this article is a printable checklist with some of the topics you might want to consider when you do.

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